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Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 8:00pm EDT
, which is the most deadly conflict we have documented. it's true in mexico where drug cartels unleashed an unprecedented onslaut of violence against the press. it's true in pakistan. two television presenters survived assassination attempts in the last two weeks, and true in syria, where the risk of death is compounded by the scourge of kidnapping. >> rhodes point out local journalists are at risk. >> in my opinion out of 10 are local journalist who are pointing out corruption or challenging officials. in my opinion out of 10 cases are not prosecute when journalists are attacked or killed. >> many go unsolved. >> let's dig deeper. we are joined by karin karlekar, the project manager of the freedom of press project at freedom house and offered a report on press freedoms around the world. good to have you with us. in your own research you looked at the report and map. what were findings? >> our report provide a snapshot of the level of press freedom, and our latest was released on thursday. we found the levels reached their lowest point in a decade. as you pointed out 14% of the world's p
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 7:45pm EDT
of the world by canada mexico and fish on either side which cuts us off from some of the problems that people in europe and asia have to deal with. over and over again the u.s. when they get into a war will rapidly ramp up a big citizen armies and sometimes it's been slow at getting this done but this huge army can go off and almost always when there were were sprayed into wars over and over again but they have done is they cut the u.s. military forces down to the bone the absolute smallest they can get away with and in a way they think this is courting all kinds of risks and tempting other people to try something but in another way there some sense that on the whole our strategic position doesn't call for massive farms like germany and france have to have a big army. if you try to obtain big armies in peacetime that's a quick way to go bankrupt. i think what you say about the parallels of the roman empire at think you are right to see parallels there but on the other hand there is a lot of other stuff going on as well. >> is fair and equitable risk for people fighting? you are from harvard a
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 7:00pm EDT
of the knights templar cartel until early this year, the town of nueva italia in mexico's western state of michoacan was under the control of the cartel but after more than a decade of fear, something changed these men armed themselves, and town-by-town, they began to drive the cartel out. they call themselves autodefensas, or self-defense forces. their leaders claim that 20,000 have joined the armed movement. their advance has been welcomed by many, but it's also plunged this state into a new kind of lawlessness. >> we've just arrived to michoacán and we've heard that four heads have been discovered on the steps leading to this church here in this small town of zacan. >> it's a gruesome warning from the templars, as the autodefensas approach this town from the south the bodies were taken away by authorities before we arrived. but people here tell me they expect little more from the investigation. in mexico, it's estimated 98 percent of crimes go unpunished. failed by the state, the vigilants say they've been left with no choice but to start a war >> we're here in los reyes to meet a w
FOX News
May 3, 2014 4:00pm PDT
in the middle east is now turned up in the united states and the american chained to a cot in a mexico prison. he made a wrong turn at the border. the efforts to free the veteran. marge: you know, there's a more enjoyable way to get your fiber. try phillips fiber good gummies. they're delicious, and an excellent source of fiber to help support regularity. wife: mmmm husband: these are good! marge: the tasty side of fiber. from phillips. [ female announcer ] there's a gap out there. ♪ that's keeping you apart from the healthcare you deserve. ♪ but if healthcare changes... ♪ ...if it becomes simpler... the gap begins to close. ♪ when frustration and paperwork decrease... when doctors are better connected... when grandparents get to live at home instead of in a home... ♪ ...the gap closes even more. ♪ and you begin to live a healthier, happier life. ♪ so let's simplify things. ♪ let's close the gap between people and care. ♪ between people and care. the only thing better than the smell of fresh-cut grass... is the smell of perfectly level, fresh-cut grass. that yellow seat's my
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. it's a look at the potentially deadly challenges migrants face when trying to cross the u. u.s.-mexico border. here is how six are making the journey coping. >> three of the almost 6,000 my grants perished in the last 15 years due to dehydration, heat exhaustion or hypothermia. >> did you notice the pieces of clothing along the trail? shoes, pants back there a ways? >> measured by the number of border patrol apprehension, the government's policy of driving migrants into the desert has brought down the number of illegal crossers substantially from over a million in 2006 to 420,000 last year. but while lesser crossing -- less are crossing, more are dying. a my grant crossing is 8 times more likely to die than a decade ago. >> it's weird to be in the footsteps of thousands and thousands of people that have come through here i mean it's kind of eerie in a way. and then, take it one more level and who knows which one of our people that we followed their story, who knows if they passed right there. so, i think it's, for me, kind of tough. >> myra succumbed on the first day of her trek. two
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
by the violence in mexico. whoe was no controls over attended those press conferences. congress tried to move in on the white house. they wanted to become the one that would help resident woodrow wilson start having regular press conferences and selecting who would attend. >> a select group of journalists formed. >> looking back 100 years and think the pictures and hearing the history, it is amazing how things have evolved. the organization was started by a group of white men, not women, not minorities, but a group of men. >> franklin roosevelt was the first president to allow a black a white houseinto press conference. >> harry mcalpine became the first african-american white house correspondent. in his honor, the association has established a scholarship for young and aspiring journalists. >> we always had women members. but we would not let them attend their dinner. >> the general attitude was this was a stag event. >> a sense that women journalists almost did not belong. >> it was not until three women reporters on including helen thomas, and to john f. kennedy and said, we would like you
CNN
May 3, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. as we get ready for cinco de mayo, antony bour dane looks at his two sides of the view of mexico in his sunday's "parts unknown." beyond the violence and crime, the amazing people the music, of course, the food. . mexico, you see on tv, murder, corruption. mexico is a deeply troubled maybe even cursed land. it is also enchanted. this amazing, amazing country, the incredible food, unbelievable music, old school colonial streets, mountain, beaches, did i mention the food? you should pay more attention to this place, man. it's our brother, it's right down there, next to us. and it's really one of the greatest places on earth. >> we can't wait to take a bite out of "old mexico" this sunday with anthony bourdaine parts unknown, at 10:00 eastern, we want to know who is watching you or how raise it is for someone to get your personal information? morgan spurlock takes on big brother and your privacy. woman: this is not exactly what i expected. man: definitely more murdery than the reviews said. captain obvious: this is a creepy room. man: oh hey, captain obvious. captain obvious: you should ha
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 2:56pm EDT
the wetlands and gulf of mexico from east texas all the way through to alabama, and other such works by the corps of engineers that are vital to the well-being of this nation. president bush vetoed that bill. we overrode that veto. history of congress, there have been 1170 vetoes. only 106 have been overridden. ours was 107th. because ined established a partnership with the ranking member, the senior florida.n john mica of not just when i took the chairmanship, but prior to that, when i was chair of the aviation -- we did things together. i established and inclusiveness with the republicans. during the years later that we when mr. the minority, shuster of pennsylvania was chairman of the committee, he and i traveled the country in support of a significant increase in our surface transportation bill that became known as t-21. and then, atlanta. at the end of a news conference, the last question was a reporter who said, why are you a democrat, traveling with mr. shuster, a republican? never seenause i've a democratic road or republican bridge rate -- bridge. undaunted, the reporter tur
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 2:35pm EDT
before a congressional committee chaired by clinton anderson who was a senator from new mexico and he says how does this happen? how does this happen? he used a phrase that has been used before but still applicable. cheese says it was a failure of imagination. we simply couldn't conceive the idea that this series of bizarre events, one would trigger the other which would trigger the other which would lead to these men's death. the same thing happened on december 7th, 1941. we simply didn't conceive, there were war games about it, the war department, one of the real victims, walter short of the events of pearl harbor and how they're treated after word but they didn't ever think that the japanese could move six aircraft carriers over 4,000 miles along with dozens of escort ships over 400, 500 airplanes, thousands of men, stopped in mid ocean to refuel and come in and attack hawaii and not only that but attack the philippines, attack midway, attack wake island, all these other faces, in a massive strike. no one thought the japanese had the industrial plan, the war material even the polit
FOX News
May 3, 2014 11:30am PDT
but he got lost and went into mexico carrying three guns. she is fearing for his life. >> he called me and he was in a holding cell with many men. i heard chaos in the background and he said mom i'm not going to make it through the night. whatever you do, don't come and ask any questions. you are not safe either. the next day he called me and he said i escaped and got into the better part of the jail. and he said, mom, they were going to kill me. there were hit men and they told me they were going to rape, torture and execute me and i was going out in a body bag. >> the u.s. consulate has been visiting the man and he is scheduled for a hearing at the end of may. >>> arthel, a tragic story to tell you about. police in alaska has arrested a 19-year-old man accused of murdering two troopers. they both were shot and killed this week while investigating a report of a person flashing a gun in a remote village. a second suspect police say has also been taken into custody. the two troopers have recently appeared on the national geographic show reality troopers. our thoughts and prayers go out
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 11:00am PDT
outpost in benghazi. kerry plans to be in mexico that day, and that the department will review his schedule. house lead verers have called f new committee to investigate. >> there are reports now that speaker boehner is preparing to create a special select committee to look into benghazi. is that something you have talked to him about at all? what is your reaction to that? >> that would be news to me. i've not been informed by the speaker of his plans to establish such a commission, is it? benghazi is such a very sad event, more than event, a tragedy. >> you'll be able to catch that entire interview tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. on "up" with steve kornacki. >>> a congressional subcommittee will be holding a hearing next week on washington, d.c.'s proposed new law decriminalizing marijuana. under the new law, those found with small amounts of pot would be subject to a $25 fine, not jail time. smoke pot, meanwhile, in public remains illegal. that bill passed the d.c. council with a 10-1 vote back in march. the mayor signed it into law. so why does congress have the final say on a local ordin
FOX News
May 3, 2014 10:00am PDT
are rolling as some higher-ups are taking the fall. >>> plus a former u.s. marine behind bars in mexico. why he's in jail, and what his mother is saying about his ordeal. >>> but first, backlash over benghazi. speaker of the house, john boehner, announcing a special committee to investigate and a key panel issuing a subpoena to secretary of state john kerry to testify. this as newly released e-mails are raising serious questions about the white house's response to the terror attack that killed four brave americans. correspondent doug mccalaway is live. >> there is a new headline that may be emerging from brett bear's interview with tommy vetoer. vetoer admits to having made significant changes to talking points, adding references to cairo and protests and possibly changing the wording, attacks to demonstrations. that conflicts sharply with some of the testimony of cia director mike more rely. that the white house only made a handful of technical changes. >> did you also change a tax to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, th
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 12:30pm EDT
device. download it now >> drug wars in mexico >> this guy saw someone they suspect and they just went after them >> now vigilantes have joined the fight >> i don't want to do this... >> is it a popular uprising? or a new wave of violence? >> fault lines... al jazeera america's hard hitting... >> they're locking the door... ground breaking... >> we have to get out of here... truth seeking... award winning documentary series mexico's vigilante state only on al jazeera america we are back with jane goodall. what's most interesting thing you have learned about chimpanzees? >> how alike we are. the most shocking but very fascinating thing is when i realized that like us, they have a dark side. >> made them sadly seem more like us than i had thought before, but they are capable of violence, brutality and the kind of primitive war. >> can you take me back to the beginning in you were secretary for leake. start? >> that's how i got my start. >> how did that happen? >> when i was a tiny little girl, i wanted to go and study animal ins africa because i fell in love with tarzan. silly man marrie
FOX News
May 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
.s. marine behind bars in mexico. why he's in jail, and what his mother is saying about his ordeal. >>> but
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
, california, even mexico. cutting back is something all the states have to do. it's something all the states have on their mind. las vegas is actually ahead of the curve. even the city has been growing other the last decade. we've managed to shrink our water consumption by about a third. so we're doing well there but the problem is we can't keep up the drought, mother nature kind of conspiring against us. there's no end in sight and it's sent that lake down. >> "l.a. times" saying 70% of the city' water goes down lawns, public parks and golf courses. so what kind of challenge is this going to pose for the residents there and kind of -- even business, in terms of a lifetime change? >> yeah, well, we've already gotten through several of the lifestyle changes. if you go around the neighborhood, you'll see there's not a lot of grass in front of homes. for the most part, people have gotten to a water efficient landsca landscaping. they've made other changes, but yeah, they're going to have to figure out a way to keep driving that number down. it's going to really rely on other states too. nevada
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 11:30am EDT
into the corner. >> if an outside power backed a government in mexico or canadament would there be a ladies and gentlemen -- canada. would there be a legitimate trt on the united states in pushing back against that move? >> it depends on the tools. if political support is used we'd use political support. we are seeing political support is given it kiev, maydan and the government. instead of responding with political support, russia is responding with violence and invasion. >> david, in recent days, members of the russian government accused the ukrainian government of war mongering while russia puts armies on the ukranian border and accuses the ukranian government of provocation. as they send provocateurs into eastern ukraine to bolster the growing opposition forces in eastern ukraine. what is going on. repeatedly it looks like the president of russia is accusing others slyly, almost with a doing. >> well, again, you use the term military forces in terms of the kiev government. that is right. armed militias were set up and came into the east. as far as i'm concerned as agent provocateurs. t
CNN
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
on the things you love. ink from chase. so you can. the two sides of mexico in this week's "parts unknown." >> mexico, you know, you see it on tv, murder, corruption. mexico is a deeply troubled, maybe even cursed land. it is also just as deeply magical and enchanted. this amazing, amazing country, incredible food, unbelievable music, old school colonial streets, mountains, beaches, did i mention the food? should pay more attention to this place, man. it's our brother. it's right down there next to us. and it's really one of the greatest places on earth. >> it is beautiful. mexico. catch anthony bourdain, "parts unknown" sunday, 9:00 p.m. eastern time. woman: this is not exactly what i expected. man: definitely more murdery than the reviews said. captain obvious: this is a creepy room. man: oh hey, captain obvious. captain obvious: you should have used hotels.com. their genuine guest reviews are written by guests who have genuinely stayed there. instead of people who lie on the internet. son: look, a finger. captain: that's unsettling. man: you think? captain: all the time. except when i
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 10:00am EDT
. in sunday's finale, we visit alta mexico. stores charged of overcharging and exploiting them. >> 90% of their income is generated from migration, you're profiting off of these people, charging them, you're upcharging them. you encourage the migrants to go along with this journey so you can make some money. >> kishawna, and alex, began the show firmly of opening all of america's borders. it is good to see you both. alex i will start with you. this is about the desert crossing, you had all followed individuals who died in that crossing. you are a fit guy. you see why hundreds of people die there every year. >> yeah, yeah, it's pretty tough. you start out and you think yeah, i'm fit, i can do this, and there's really nothing that can prepare you for it. not to mention, literally if you 20s an ankle, no matter who you are, you're pretty much dead. >> freezing at night, can hot during the day. >> literally, you can't feel your feet. this was unreal. >> keshawna, since the border fence has funneled people into these difficult areas, migrants are now eight times more likely to die as they
KRON
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
an hour to go to mine out festival >> : some good of course a day of victory over the french and mexico fight for independence >> : coming up the spring details about the panel might meat processing company the supreme be from sick cows on the market. now revelations about the employer is the story they're calling it prostitution at the parlor house. adding not nearly 20 people and the spade thousands that after a landslide and a guest and looking coming up. ever " because conditions are now current temperature 56 degrees mid-70s by the afternoon. a complete breakdown of your neighborhood ferret forecast coming up when we return. [ wind howling ] [ female announcer ] it balances you... [ water crashing ] ...it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convenient two bar pack. this is nature valley... delicious granola bars made with the best ingredients in nature. nature valley. nature at its most delicious. no details on love of the urals so light and we'll well old boeing 670 pilots fly the 7 and up. details running battle ste
FOX
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
in mexico. >>> one woman dining at north beach learned a very costly lesson. she was robbed of more than $20,000 in valuables. the warning this morning about purse snatches in san francisco. >> reporter: san francisco police are investigating a violent collision that happened at this intersection. what witnesses heard after the crash. >> outside our doors this morning, the clouds are slowly clearing. temperatures are slowly rising, but we will be a lot cooler than what we had on friday. i'll have a look at the numbers for your neighborhood, coming up. happened at the company picnic. oww, that's hot. that is hot! wow daddy like. owww, that is smoking hot! ahhh, hmmm, awww! hi georgia. hey georgia. man this is hot! try jack's hottest sandwich yet. his new blazin' chicken sandwich has spicy crispy chicken, ghost pepper ranch sauce, and sliced jalapeños. owww, that's hot! you better be holdin' a sandwich. and teamwork.sitive thinking. yes. okay, so we, were going downtown... so i start thinking, parking space, parking space there was no spaces. but then one appeared, right? positive thinking re
Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 8:30am EDT
these countries be self-sufficient? so many have graduated from aid, mexico, brazil, that now we are focusing on the tough cases. with the right vaccines, the right seeds, and with the philanthropists coming in with their business-like mentality that mike and i have. i think every year, we will be smarter about how we do it. >> also when you have big problems and when you say you solved them, that doesn't mean 100% of them. we brought smoking down in a good part of this world dramatically. that will save an enormous number of lives. having said that, there is also places where the smoking industry has managed to get poor people who don't know that it is bad for their health to increase their rate of smoking. are you making progress? yes. should you be disappointed? no. should you walk away from it? not at all. the gates foundation and bloomberg work together. that is one of the biggest killers. smoking will kill one billion people this century. we have made progress and you have to admit that and look at what works. if you are not willing to acknowledge what works, you will not know how to he
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 7:00am EDT
to mexico. i got a job driving a truck after that. and idriving the truck got laid off from that because it was a temporary job. employed, so ily had to stop working. job ased my own a general contractor. this president has done a great job. host: as far as the general contracting, how is that going for you? caller: fairly well. host: the system worked? caller: yes. host: jeff from pennsylvania on our unemployed line. would calligured i in because i noticed one of the allers said i would rather take anything at this point. i have been unemployed since january of 2012 and it's really hard considering most of the interviews you go to, if you had a good job in the field, a love questions you get is, why would you take this job? is better than nothing is not the right answer sometimes. , with jobsced that in the area, especially if i have a dui on my record, which makes it even more difficult for to getuals in this area a job at a grocery store or any type of mid-level, minimum-wage job. they are rare. lot of jobs are temporary. may i ask how much you are making in our? -- an hour? caller: i
CNN
May 3, 2014 3:00am PDT
in mexico where people put up their fist. they are saying the players gave up a lot of power to adam silver and the organization of the nba owners. i completely disagree. >> what were they supposed to do? they were in the middle of playoffs. >> if you walk off the court saying i'm going to shoot you is not nearly as influential as doing it. i think the threat of walking off the court was more important than them leaving. lebron and chris paul handled it brilliantly behind the scenes. >> what is the next step? we hear from people that he's not going to go, you got me, i'm selling the team. we expect a long fight. will the punishment stand-up legally? >> i think it can. if you take the race out of it and the money out of it, he got kicked out of a club. if you are in a bike club and the members say we don't want you anymore, that can stand-up. >> based on something that might have been obtained legally. >> exactly. even if it was obtained illegally, it doesn't change the fact they can state we don't want you here anymore. he has a long history. the question is, when does the team get sold and
FOX News
May 3, 2014 3:00am PDT
. >> this is the same administration that advertises food stamps in mexico. isn't this something that would dissuade people from being assimilated. >> there are concerns about that i think it's interesting, too. because like you mentioned with food stamps there has been cases of fraud particularly in puerto rico. and senator sessions in the report found the same thing with disability insurance. there is one case in puerto rico where a plant closed down 300 workers, all of the sudden 290 of them applied for disability insurance once they were laid off. and they all got approved. so he they were thinking this brought this to their attention it. they are thinking they are using this cannot speak english as a way to apply for disability, especially in puerto rico. from especially when the process for naturalization involves having a working knowledge of the english language. doesn't make a lot of sense. elizabeth hairington, thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. >> coming up, so much for sovereignty, one state now letting illegals practice law. is that fair? we will report. and can you decide. >>
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 5:00am EDT
. >> drug wars in mexico >> this guy saw someone they suspect and they just went after them >> now vigilantes have joined the fight >> i don't want to do this... >> is it a popular uprising? or a new wave of violence? >> fault lines... al jazeera america's hard hitting... >> they're locking the door... ground breaking... >> we have to get out of here... truth seeking... award winning documentary series mexico's vigilante state only on al jazeera america >>> just when you thought i couldn't talk about jobs anymore -- come on it's jobs day -- the u.s. economy added 32,000 new construction jobs in april. almost double the number seen in march. one south carolina home builder said the number would have been higher if there would have been enough skilled workers available. this home builder expects to build 200 homes this year. he says he is also competing with big names that are offering permanent jobs with benefits and he cannot hire fast enough. wade you are a man in demand, but you need people. tell me your story. >> well, it's pretty simple in our industry people moved away. they g
FOX News
May 3, 2014 2:00am PDT
. kerry is already scheduled to be in mexico on that day so they may have to find some other time to deal with this, sean. >> let me ask you. it was a couple of pretty ugly exchanges with jay carney this week, specifically over the rhodes e-mail -- memo, and whether or not this in fact was related to benghazi, considering it was released three days after. preparation for susan rice's five sunday show appearances, and it got very, very testy in that room. bring us inside the room. what was going on there? you got attacked personally by him this week. >> sure. i mean, well, jay carney said, look, i know you, pointing at me and your bosses are disappointed that the talking points are involved here really came from the cia and not the white house, suggesting that i was hoping that there would be some evidence that the white house was to blame. for me as a reporter, i'm just trying to get the facts. i think there obviously are some lingering questions. there is no doubt republicans on the hill have been pushing this politically because they think this is going to harm the president. objectivel
ABC
May 3, 2014 2:00am PDT
. when it comes to sun sand and tropical waters south of the border, cabo san lucas and baja mexico usually get all the attention. but we found a place just south of cabo unsoiled by mega resorts and massive crowds. a place where turquoise waters secluded beaches and unforgettable encounters with marine life all come together. i love dolphins. and it's a place where today's guest hiker reconnects with the memory of her father in a very special way. unreal. get ready to camp and kayak the waters of island off the coast of la paz mexico. life is in the middle of not sucking. as an adventurer and mountain guide i love leading people into wild places. now i'm taking people and cameras across america. opening up the eyes and minds to the great outdoors.
PBS
May 3, 2014 12:00am PDT
, japan, mexico. china, i see their leader exceeding expectations in consolidating support for true economic reform, not just meaningful anti-corruption but financial reform moving toward internationalizing the r.m.b. that's hugely meaningful. >> charlie: japan? despite the fact that the markets have a little lethargic about the pace of japanese reform, the commitments of the corporates in japan to the l.v.p., the liberal democratic party, to creating consensus around this third arrow -- >> charlie: and what about ave's nationalism? >> if you ask me the single thing i like the least is the hawkishness on china. having said that, the last month, obama has had success in getting japanese to engage with china and talk closer with chinese leaders, the governor of tokyo was just meeting with the deputy prime minister of china, i suspect we'll see less tensions in the east china sea in the last three months than the past three -- next three than the last three. obama's visit is air part of that. >> charlie: syria a stalemate? probably doing better. consolidating power and upsetting a lot
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 2:00am EDT
up. keep it right here. >> drug wars in mexico >> this guy saw someone they suspect and they just went after them >> now vigilantes have joined the fight >> i don't want to do this... >> is it a popular uprising? or a new wave of violence? >> fault lines... al jazeera america's hard hitting... >> they're locking the door... ground breaking... >> we have to get out of here... truth seeking... award winning documentary series >> on techknow... >> these are some of the amazing spider goats >> small creatures, big impact >> how strong is it? >> almost as strong as steel >> inspiring discoveries changing lives >> this could go in a human body... >> right >> this is for an achilles tendon >> techknow every saturday go where science meets humanity >> this is some of the best driving i've ever done, even though i can't see techknow >> we're here in the vortex >> only on al jazeera america >>> just when you thought i couldn't talk about jobs anymore -- come on it's jobs day -- the u.s. economy added 32,000 new construction jobs in april. almost double the number seen in march. one south ca
Telemundo
May 2, 2014 11:00pm PDT
2015. stop open . cesar ---en mexico se realiza el estreno de la pelcula "obediencia perfecta"... vo ---el filme que narra la vida del sacerdote marcial maciel, fundador de los legionarios de cristo y quien fue acusado de pederasta... --la historia ha impactado al auditorio y abrio dolorosos recuerdos en quienes en su infancia fueron victimas del fundador de los legionarios de cristo. --quienes conocieron al sacerdote indicaron que la pelicula"obedi encia perfecta" los llevo aÑos atrs, take sot super jose barba/victima marcial macie inq "el atuendo la figura , la ropa, hasta la manera de hablar corresponden a el. vo en mexico, la pelicula ha reportado un lleno total en todas sus funcionesy ha recibido mas de dos millones de menciones en las redes sociales. cesar --rescatistas continuan la busqueda de cerca de una docena de trabajadores que quedo sepultado en una mina ilegal de oro al suroeste de colombia. vo --las autoridades continuan las excavaciones y a pesar de la dificultad para llegar al lugar, incorporan la maquinaria posible para hallar algun rastro de las victimas que se en
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 11:00pm EDT
is that people don't just need protection, they need assistance. >> drug wars in mexico >> this guy saw someone they suspect and they just went after them >> now vigilantes have joined the fight >> i don't want to do this... >> is it a popular uprising? un is it a popular uprising? york. >> welcome to larnlingsz i'm richelle carey, here are tonight's top story. dozens of people are dead after the worst fighting in ukraine since the crisis began. black sea port of odessa. >>> the first case of middle eastern respiratory virus is treated in the mi midwest. be symptoms cial coughing and te breathing. >>> factor increasing the number of people who dropped out of the labor force altogether. >>> at least 500 people are feared dead after a landslide in northeast afghanistan. thick mud burying hundreds of homes. the area could become a mass grave. >>> and in northern ireland police have 48 more hours to question gerry adams leader of the political party sinn fein. held in possible connection for 1972 murder, victim was a belfast widow killed by the irish are republican army. she was the mother of 10. t
Telemundo
May 2, 2014 6:30pm PDT
puerto rico el aÑo pasado mario gutiÉrrez de mexico y el aÑo pasado joel rosario de la repÚblica dominicana na. >> estos dos mexicanos verÁn el derby por televisiÓn, hoy dÍa la suerte estuvo con paco y mi tÍo charlie. >> ganaron la carrera. Él dice es una mÁs para llegar alder birdi. >> que carrera mÁs maravillosa, todo esto que novedad los caballos con twitter la idea te la robaron a ti. tu perra tiene su propia cuenta de twitter. >> ¿quÉ dice la perra ahÍ? >> mi hija de 4 patas ella crea con skwooebz sobre la importancia de cuidar los animales y sobre muchos asuntos del cambio climÁtico, es perra ecologis ecologista. >> no, fÍjense ustedes, los americanos nos con ilusiÓn y los caballos compiten y te >> cuando yo vine empezÓ en que la ayudara, que viniera, porque lo que pasaba es que se estaban muriendo de hambre ella y su familia. >> muerta de hambre es ella, doctora. >> no, ella me estÁ maltratando a mi niÑo. >> doctora, yo tengo aquÍ una informaciÓn que es bastante fuerte en realidad. [discuten] >> ¡...fuiste tÚ, sucia, zorra! >> ¿quÉ es lo que estÁ pas
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 9:00pm EDT
, why would sedates as far away from alaska want to stop it? >> drug wars in mexico >> this guy saw someone they suspect and they just went after them >> now vigilantes have joined the fight >> i don't want to do this... >> is it a popular uprising? or a new wave of violence? >> fault lines... al jazeera america's hard hitting... >> they're locking the door... ground breaking... >> we have to get out of here... truth seeking... award winning documentary series mexico's vigilante state only on al jazeera america >> welcome back. now a snapshot of stories make headlines on "america tonight." investigators in queens, new york are trying to figure out what caused a subway train to derail. filled with 1,000 passengers when it suddenly jumped the tracks. >>> police in minnesota say they have foiled a teen's laboratory and potentially deadly plot to, quote, kill as many as possible. the teen now identified as john leddoux, allegedly tried to set off bombs, bomb making equipment as well as a cache ever weapons inside his home. >>> the cdc says mers has turned up in the u.s. for the first ti
KICU
May 2, 2014 6:00pm PDT
out in new mexico, this thief dressed in blue points a gun at the clerk behind the counter with her mother and as he's doing this the clerk pretends she's going to grab the money but instead grabbing a knife. >> the clerk? >> yeah. so suddenly they start struggling, mom and daughter start struggling with the thief pointing a gun at them. you see right here they get really into it. they grabs the knife from the daughter. the mom grabs the gun from him. >> whoa. >> and right here you see that the mom points the gun at him and pulls the trigger several times. >> what? >> except the gun didn't go off because that was a fake gun. >> oh. >> the problem now is that he now has the knife. >> yeah. >> and they have nothing. he goes behind the counter. mom runs out the door to ask for help. he goes behind the counter to try to get the cash from the register. daughter says, i am not giving up. continues to fight him. mom comes back. they both tackle the guy. they fight him out of the store. he got away with nothing. >> wow. this is a brave couple of ladies, man. i wouldn't mess with them, but g
Telemundo
May 2, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. cesar ---en mexico se realiza el estreno de la pelcula "obediencia perfecta"... ---el filme que narra la vida del sacerdote marcial maciel, fundador de los legionarios de cristo y quien acusado de pederastia... roll open under ---jazive perez nos tiene mas informacion... . take pkg ;01 ;11 ;48 imágenes tráiler "tengo miedo..para que se le quite el miedo necesito que venga los lunes a las 5 para que reciba ayuda espiritual." la historia ha impactado al auditorio y abrio dolorosos recuerdos en quienes en su infancia fueron victimas del fundador de los legionarios de cristo marcial maciel. super jose barba/victima marcial macie inq "el atuendo la figura , la ropa, hasta la manera de hablar corresponden a el. el profesor jose barba, hoy dedicado a defender los derechos de las victimas de pederastia, al igual que otros que tuvieron la misma historia revelo que la pelicula "obediencia perfecta" los llevo anos atrs, a aquel tiempo en que implsados por la fe en su religion dejaron que su lider espiritual les destrozara hasta el alma. imágenes trailer " para mi que me esta espiando, ponga sus
NBC
May 2, 2014 5:30pm PDT
the waters off mexico to alaska's bering sea. in between a chance for a closeup view of thousands of whales and their calves. and this year in california that view is closer than usual. we get more tonight from nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: even by the standards of the whale-rich california coastline, this was something. a gray whale venturing just yards from shore. a hot day with swimmers in the water, and neither they or the visitors seeming unhappy with the encounter. >> they started hanging out with the people and swimming next to them. it was insane. >> reporter: by one estimate, more than 11,000 gray whales make the trip from alaska in the fall down to bah dia california and back. there are occasional killer whales, blues, and humpbacks too. but the grays are the dependable show. doing the backstroke for this excursion boat in january. and often traveling in groups. calves and the odd dolphin in tow. this time so close to shore. >> i've never seen it with the swimmers. not next to them like that. that was the first time. >> yeah, it was crazy. i didn't really expect it at all. when
CBS
May 2, 2014 5:00pm PDT
the second sighting in the gulf of mexico. >> wouldn't want to run into that. >>> san jose city hall is officially welcoming several new live-in residents. two baby girls and two baby boy falcons joined the nest box on the building. a bird researcher rappelled into the box to see band the birds. clara and fernando were seen flying above. >>> a bird's-eye view as the researcher holds one. he bands them to track their whereabouts for science. >>> the best taco in america is sold here in the bay area. in the mission, in fact. the website daily meals says la taqueria takes the top spot rating the carnitas taco number one on the 50 best tacos list. more than 200 food experts from around the country put together the rankings. two other taco shops in the bay area made the list. >> getting hungry. >> they didn't rate the food trucks. just fyi. i know taco guys is pretty popular. >> i don't think you can go wrong. >> any taco is good. we'll be right back. : ,, ,,,,,,,,,, safeway knows you don't want to fly all over town to find the best deals. that's why they have lots of ways to save. real b
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 6:00pm EDT
a chance at higher education. >> drug wars in mexico >> this guy saw someone they suspect and they just went after them >> now vigilantes have joined the fight >> i don't want to do this... >> is it a popular uprising? or a new wave of violence? >> fault lines... al jazeera america's hard hitting... >> they're locking the door... ground breaking... >> we have to get out of here... truth seeking... award winning documentary series mexico's vigilante state only on al jazeera america >> crucial mid term elections this year, florida law make rs have taken a 10 to push the immigration debate ahead and generate more appeal from politicians from hispanic voters. republican governor rick scott has said he supports the provision in recent weeks and expected to sign the bill into law. if he does florida would have been the latest state to push it's immigration policy jason johnson joins us now. explain the politics on all of this. >> it's called 14% of the vote is hispanic in florida. he's in this hard campaign against charlie crist. they were both against giving the dreamers in-state tuition. no
FOX News
May 2, 2014 3:00pm PDT
relevant documents that have not been turned over. kerry already has plans to be in mexico that day and fired back republicans are wasting time reinvestigating old ground. >> i am confident that what the republicans allege that there was some attempt by this administration to cover-up or spin what happened is 100% false. >> one area of inqi qirry for the special committee is likely to be what the president was doing on the night of the attacks after veeter revealed -- you were in the situation room and he wasn't there. >> yes. i was in the white house. >> and the president was not in the swaying room. >> not in the room i was in. >> three republican senators wrote to the president today asking to confirm that account. writing the american people still do not have an accounting of your activities during the attack. >> the president -- all the president's men and women in the white house worried not about how to save those americans on the ground in benghazi, but putting priority on saving the president's campaign for re-election. >> now, democrats believe this could boomerang on the
MSNBC
May 2, 2014 3:00pm PDT
'll be in mexico that day. but it's all for the right wing base. >> it is following a track, i think, very similar to watergate. you do anything you can to pry this stall hinist administration open. it's orwellian. >> do not miss brett baier's special tonight about benghazi. >> the obama administration was derelict in the benghazi attack and was dishonest in the aftermath. and the national press doesn't give a damn? >> to me, the equivalent of what was discovered with the nixon tapes. >> it's watergate, it's orwellian? they can't give enough of this fake scandal. we've seen this phony scandal machine before. a.c.o.r.n., fast and furious, the irs, republicans don't have a real agenda, so they're desperate to gin up a scandal, any scandal. because they don't have a positive agenda. joining me now are jo madison and bill press. thank you for being here. >> hi, reverend al. >> do republicans really think the american people don't know what's going on here? >> that's what they think, but they think incorrectly. an to add to the -- what you said, this congress led by republicans, particularly in the hou
LINKTV
May 2, 2014 3:00pm PDT
. in the maya city of copan, a jeweler fashioned rare shell and jade for his powerful lord. in mexico, living artisans echo the economy of a vanished civilization. and in teotihuacan, evidence of mass production has now been unearthed. tiny faces of clay reflect the men and women who made them a thousand years ago. on the other side of the world, in the ancient roman city of ostia, huge merchant ships were part of an economy much like our own. and today, the tanners of morocco still practice their ancient craft, living proof that economies have evolved out of the past. everyone who has ever lived has been part of an economic system. iel bote grande...mil pesos! economic systems are simply the ways people produce, distribute and consume things -- everything and anything, from tortillas to stocks and bonds. for 10,000, 10,000 an eighth. today, as in the past, economic systems lie at the heart of how a society is organized. archaeologists search for these systems because they believe economies hold the key to understanding ancient societies. archaeologist william sanders. the economy of any give
LINKTV
May 2, 2014 2:30pm PDT
they evolve hour by hour under the effects of sunlight and weather. in mexico city luisa molina is leading a group of over 450 scientists in the most comprehensive study ever conducted of one city's air emissions. sampling its plume of pollutants from cradle to grave the team hopes to learn how the city's pollution affects the surrounding regions and even the global climate. today, the rapid increase of population and industrialization is causing increasing concerns about air pollution. both researchers hope to discover what's causing the most damage and find ways to reduce the human and global impact. [ horn honks ] kolb: one of the real facts that we all have to deal with is that people make pollution, and as the population of the earth grows unless we're very clever and work very hard the levels of pollution we all have to live with will grow along with it. we have to understand which pollutants are the ones that we must control, and we have to come up with either changes in our technology or changes in our lifestyles which reduce the heavy pollution burdens that we em
SFGTV
May 2, 2014 2:30pm PDT
this nuke wildernesses 4 states passed the proclamation to honor new mexico and colorado and other one we have lake county and san lose business and have 4 cities in 70 california it honor the act berkley and vallejo and barker field and most recently on earth day in a subdivision with eric garcetti so i think san francisco's resolution will help the involvement of more difference communities in enjoying the benefits of wilderness >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon john from san francisco. this is about happiness and contestant time. aren't we all are the pursuit of happiness. they have had knee-jerk momentums of happiness we're also chasing after the next one how long did we play with a new toy before we were looking for another one. in time i want something of substance that will bring me longer than lasting content time a deeper experience. instead of accepting that which does not and understanding of the sadness is part of our life experience. i guess that comes with maturity. today, i live in the state of content time with periodic moments of happiness. thank you for li
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